Michael Cook, the founder of the Kentucky Sasquatch team has been asked to speak at the upcoming Big Sky Bigfoot Conference in Montana. Cook had a sighting of a bigfoot in 2000 from approximately 50 feet away. He was able to get a really good look at the creature, which he claims didn't really look like what you'd expect.
“I saw a creature 7 ½ to 8 feet tall at Martins Fork Lake in October of 2000,” said Cook. “This creature was on two legs and I was within 50 feet of it…everything you think you know about how Bigfoot looks is nothing compared to what Bigfoot actually looks like.”
Cook said the creature he saw did not look like a gorilla or any of the familiar versions of Bigfoot you see in movies.
“This thing was 7 ½ to 8 feet tall, and it was probably about 350 to 400 pounds,” Cook said. “You’d think that would be fat, but it wasn’t. It was lean, muscular and built…It had long legs that were half the body length. The arms hung down almost to its knees. It didn’t walk slumped over or hunched over…it was covered in dark, reddish brown hair.”
Cook said the creature’s face did resemble the common conception of Bigfoot’s appearance.
“It had a flat nose,” Cook said. “Its cheeks weren’t exposed like you see on “Harry and the Hendersons” or anything like that. The thing I noticed most about it was it did have four fingers and a thumb.”
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